Using the Override Scoreboard:
The Override Scoreboard is designed to let your doHOOPS court display stay in sync with the live scoreboard, when you don't have time to make any manual corrections and additions to your previously recorded field goals and free throws for the game you're recording.
You can turn the Override Scoreboard display off at any time and re-display the "regular" doHOOPS scoreboard, which shows only the points for actions you've already recorded for this game. (Just remember -- a yellow background on your scoreboard display you're currently looking at the Override Score rather than the "regular" score.
Important: The Override Score is not used in any doHOOPS reports! You must correct your game's scoring stats to reflect the correct final score before your reports will be correct.
If you need to find out when you overrode the score, and what the "regular" score was before that point (to help you track down where to make stats corrections), just go to the Actions window for this game. You can display detailed Override Score info from that window.
Tip category: Recording games
» Recording games
Tracking fouls during a game
If you get to the game late
Lineups vs. rosters
» Using the Override Scoreboard
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